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Thread: CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile CompanioN), mobile and autonomous assistance system

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    CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile CompanioN), mobile and autonomous assistance system

    Contributors:

    Airbus

    IBM

    Project lead - Christian Karrasch

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    "Hello, I am CIMON!"
    Airbus is developing the CIMON astronaut assistance system for the DLR Space Administration

    February 26, 2018

    "Watson Hops On Board Human Space Flight"

    by Matthias Biniok
    February 26, 2018

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    Article "Meet Cimon… the International Space Station’s new crew member and an AI drone"
    Cimon can offer technical help, warn of system failures and dangers, and provides a source of entertainment to the astronauts on board the space station

    by Amela Heathman
    February 27, 2018

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    Meet Cimon, the floating AI astronaut

    Published on Feb 27, 2018

    Cimon will be an AI assistant on the International Space Station, and could be a companion for astronauts on long-term missions to Mars

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    Trailer: CIMON - the intelligent astronaut assistant

    Published on Apr 23, 2018

    The Crew Interactive MObile companioN (CIMON) is able to see, hear, understand, speak – and fly. It is roughly spherical, has a diameter of 32 centimetres and weighs five kilograms.
    The technology demonstrator is roughly the size of a medicine ball and will be used in the Columbus module of the ISS during Alexander Gerst's Horizons mission from summer 2018

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    Project CIMON - AI assistant for astronauts

    Published on Jun 29, 2018

    CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile CompanioN) is a project of the DLR Space Administration/European Space Agency (ESA) to explores the use of AI as a way to mitigate crew stress and workload during long-term spaceflight. The AI-based assistant for astronauts CIMON is being developed by Airbus in cooperation with IBM and will be tested on the International Space Station (ISS) by Alexander Gerst during the European Space Agency’s Horizons mission between June and October 2018.

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